Due to a momentary outage of a 4400 V industrial 3 distribution secondary circuit, the
supply voltage drops to zero for T milliseconds. If the supply secondary complies with
CBEMA momentary outage requirements, find T such that the load is not lost
(malfu
Problem 1.2
Radius of each atom is determined by
1
Radius of each atom Nearest atoms at a separation
2
1
Nearest atoms at a separation= 52 52 52 4.330 A
2
1
Radius of each atom 4.330 A 2.165 A
2
Packing fraction is determined by
volume of each atom Numbe
Use the formula and calculate the normalized frequency (V). Here, the normalized
frequency is also called as the V-number of the optical fiber.
2 a
V
NA
Where,
a is the radius of the core
is the wavelength
NA is the numerical aperture
2 a
V
NA
50 106
Use Rc= 680 ohms instead of the given value. With reference to the BJT amplifier of Figure 10.25
and to the collector characteristic curves of Figure 10.21, determine (1) the DC operating point
of BJT, (2) the nominal current gain of beta at the operating
Consider a piece of Si doped uniformly with aluminum to a concentration of 4.5 x 1017
atoms/cm3 . The sample has physical dimensions of length (l) = 0.5 cm, width (w) = 0.05 cm,
and thickness (t) = 0.01 cm. The sample has a 9 V battery connected across it
DNSK1
DNSK2
a 100w laser beam with 2.00mm beam diameter illuminates a surface that absorb 40% and reflects 60%,
find the net force on the surface due to radiation pressure
DNSK3
Although the floor space requirements for much of the service and control equ
10032121
Write an R script that contains statements to accomplish the following numbered items. Use R
comments (a line starting with the # symbol) to clearly indicate for which numbered item the
statements are intended. A template file titled COS-206_Writ
#7 * Please show steps* An amplier has an input resistance of 20 , an output resistance of 10 ,
and a short-circuit current gain of 3000. The signal source has an internal voltage of 100 mV rms and an
internal impedance of 200 . The amplier load is a 5 re
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne
Opus: Research & Creativity at IPFW
Manufacturing and Construction Engineering
Technology and Interior Design Faculty
Publications
Department of Manufacturing and Construction
Engineering Technology and Inte
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a. Program to find sum of large numbers by adding each number to resultant
number:
Program Plan:
In function addingLargeNumbers():
o It takes two stacks corresponding to two large numbers as parameters.
o Till any one o
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Backtracking:
Back tracking is a form of recursion.
In this method it is possible to backtrack if traversal reaches a node which has no
other way from that to find solution.
It can be used to solve problems like eight q
International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE)
ISSN: 2231-2307, Volume-2, Issue-3, July 2012
Effect of Shear on Stress Distribution in
Redundant Frames
Chidolue C.A., Aginam C.H.
Abstract - In this paper, shear-modified expressions for
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5 Cross Sections
Side Slopes
Field Notes
Original Cross Sections
Profiles
Vertical Sections
Zero Section
Split Section
Match Lines
Interpolation
Earthwork Quantities
CHAPTER FIVE:
CROSS SECTIONS
Cross sections are necessary for measurement of earthwork vo
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Stack:
Stack is a container in which elements inserted and removed in LIFO (Last In First Out)
manner.
The top is address of top element of stack.
Basic stack operations are given below:
o push(): Insert an object into s
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Product and Engineering System
Product can be a service like financial service, health care and entertainment packets.
A system is a complete set of components which interact or are interdependent from one stage to
another;
, Chapter 6
, Earthwork
6-1. Foreword
Paymentfor grading on highway and railroad construction is usually based
on a bid price per cubic yard for excavation measured in place as computed
from survey notes. The unit price ordinarily includes: hauling excava
Compute azimuth and distance from BC for curve 1 and azimuth and distance from PCC for curve 2
to required points as listed
Consider a compound curve with D128. Tl=35.03 ft, 1=5361 L1=70 ft; D225, T224153 ft,
A22445. L2=95 ft and Pll to Pl2 = 82.56 ft.
Container
1
2
3
4
5
6
Given:
Carbon (g)
24
20
16
12
8
4
p-xylene(mg/L)
10.7
14.6
23
29
48
107
Initial contamination TOC concentration Ci =500 mg/L (in each container)
Volume V=0.2L
Show the following results, that the samples are filtered and the concentr
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Show the co-ordinates of the points in the plate ABC.
A= 0,0,6,0,2
B= 1,2,0,35,0
D= 0,0,7,0
E= 0,9,0,0,4
Calculate the position vector of CF.
uuuv
CF = 0.6i 0.9j 0.2k m
is respectively equal to the co-ordinates x, y, z
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Summarize the values of precipitation depths corresponding to different duration of in table (1)
Rank
5 min
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0.4
0.38
0.37
0.36
0.35
0.33
0.33
0.31
0.3
0.28
Precipitation (in.) of Duration
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
0.66
0.
Name : Systems and Signais 01'05’2009
Student ID : Midterm“
105 minutes
1. Consider the signal
6", OStSI
x t = _
0() 0, elsewhere
Determine the Fourier transform of the signal )6 1 (t) by explicitly evaluating only the
transform of )60 (t) and then using
Name . June 9, 2009
Student ID :
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
Systems and Signals
Final Exam
90 min.
1. Consider a causal LTl system described by the difference equation
yin1+§yimi=xini
a. Determine the frequency response H(e") of thi
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Name : Systems and Signals V
Student ID 2 Quiz 1, 18/03/2010, 45 min. *
1. Adiscrete-time‘signai is shown below. Sketch and label the signal 2_ Determine the vaiues of 1200 and Peg ‘of the foﬂowmg signals. [20pts]
2 ’ x[——n]